I am experimenting with the Gallery settings. Tell me what you think?
Thank you everyone for the support on my illustrated travelogue through South East Asia. I posted this chapter to coincide with my appearance at the Locust Moon Comics Festival in Philadelphia. The festival was great and in the most amazing location in West Philly, called the Rotunda. The Rotunda is an old church with a huge dome. Sadly a few weeks before a pane of glass broke in the dome so scaffolding was set up as a shield for all the comic book lovers. I was selling copies of my books and spreading the word about One Way Ticket – South East Asia.
Locust Moon Festival
Wow, amazing, you’ve got a real talent there! Very much enjoyed reading this!
Thanks so much for the nice comments. The illustrated travel blog is a labor of love. I am hoping to have it all finished by next year for publication.
Love the artwork – good to see travel stories told this way! I’m sure people will be able to relate to much of what you’ve captured here – I certainly can 🙂
Yeah, that was one bus ride, but it really could have been in any country, we had so many of those experiences. Thanks for the nice comment, next strip will be my visit to a Chinese Hospital. Now that was fun!
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Excellent – I really like your work! The bumpy bus sketch was great.
Oh, I forgot to mention – I saw that you were reading ‘A Storm of Swords’ on page 3. I’m right in the middle of ‘A Game of Thrones’ right now. I’m really loving it. I hope the series stays as good.
That book series was awesome. We spent a lot of time when we were traveling looking for the different books. I found book 3 and 4 on an island in the middle of the Mekong River tossed on a free book shelf. That was the high point of my month, I carried them the rest of the way. Finally bought the last book in Beijing.